A great way to see the large and varied Vatican Gardens in an audio-accompanied tour.
Afterwards, explore the rest of the Vatican at your own speed.
“This was an outstanding tour! Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. We learned a great deal about the history of the Vatican as we viewed the monuments and various area in the gardens. This tour was the perfect extension to a tour of the Vatican buildings and St. Peter’s.”
JG, United States.
“An excellent tour and well worth the two hour tour. Afterwards you can visit the museums, Sistine chapel and the basilica at your own leisure. We spent the whole day at the Vatican and enjoyed the experience. Worth purchasing tour tickets beforehand to miss the massive queues and all the hassle of guides.”
GM, Great Britain.

Vatican
Gardens Tour

An official 2 hour guided visit.

 

Customer reviews for: Vatican Gardens guided tour - 2 hours

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4.7 out of 5 stars from 31 customers. 25 of them wrote reviews:


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4 stars
GS, Australia
5th Jul 2017
Our guide was interesting and very informative. However, we were lead to believe, like many others in our group, that there was open air transport around the gardens, were a little disappointed that we had to walk up and down hills for over 2hrs.
[Tickitaly responds: Dear customer I am sorry but you have booked a walking tour , it's written in the tour description, so you should have read it carefully. The tour with open bus is an audioguided tour , the walking tour instead i's with a tour guide so the visit is completely different. Regards Tickitaly Staff ]
4 stars
AS, Malta
26th Sep 2016
Very glad that we joined this tour. It is really a fantastic and recommended for others not to miss when in Rome
4 stars
LM, Australia
12th May 2016
Smooth efficient process but very large group
4 stars
ME, United Kingdom (Great Britain)
1st May 2015
Excellent trip, with terrific walk around the gardens and then access into the Vatican museum.
DH, Australia
7th Jul 2017
Great escorted tour behind the scenes in the picturesque Vatican gardens before being released into the Vatican Museums, and includes the Capella Sistina .

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